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The Persistence of LINEWORK – Folio Weekly

folio arts Tattooist Myra Oh displays new print works Myra Oh, Grimm Tiger, mixed media, 12 in. X 15 in., 2017. Photo by Patrick Fisher Posted Wednesday, October 18, 2017 10:25 am It’s 1 p.m. on a Saturday afternoon and there is scarcely an available seat inside Bold Bean Coffee …

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Gonzaga women heavy favorites to repeat as WCC champions

Defending West Coast Conference women’s basketball champion Gonzaga is favored to repeat the feat this year, the conference announced Wednesday. The Bulldogs claimed eight of 10 first place votes from the league’s coaches. Gonzaga (26-7 overall and 14-4 in the WCC last year) claimed eight of 10 first-place ballots and …

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Emil Guillermo Shares One Man Show For Filipino History Month

Emil Guillermo became the first Asian American man to host a regularly scheduled network news program when he took the post of NPR’s All Things Considered in the early 1990s. His distinguished career in broadcasting included coverage of Tienanmen Square, the Persian Gulf War and key immigration stories throughout California. …

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Young Stockton Man Shot, Killed Leaving Party Over Weekend

Please enable Javascript to watch this video STOCKTON — A young Stockton man and father was gunned down after attending a party over the weekend. Investigators with the Stockton Police Department say Brandon Harrison was shot a number of times on Leadon Drive near Bryant Drive in Stockton around 1:30 …

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Highlight reel: Week’s high school standouts

Clark Baker, San Ramon Valley football: Was a perfect 8 for 8 passing for 176 yards and two touchdowns to help lift San Ramon Valley to a 49-7 victory over Livermore. Cade Carter, Clayton Valley Charter football: Led the defense with 11 tackles, including eight solo, as Clayton Valley ran …

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